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How Was Beer Made in the 18TH Century?

Imagine you're a brewer in the 18th century, tasked with turning simple ingredients into a satisfying pint. You'd start with barley, soaking and germinating...

Adolphus Busch: The Visionary Behind Beer Powerhouse Anheuser-Busch

Adolphus Busch was born on July 10, 1839, in Kastel, Germany, and later immigrated to the United States in 1857. His journey to becoming...

How Was Beer Made in the 16TH Century?

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin, led by Dr. Susan Flavin, spent three years recreating 16th-century household beers to study their strength and nutritional value....

How Was Ancient Beer Made From Bread?

Brewing beer is an ancient tradition that dates back thousands of years, deeply connected to human civilization. One fascinating method used by early brewers...

How Was Beer Made in the 17th Century?

In the 17th century, beer production involved several meticulous steps. It began with the malting.  The process included germinating and drying the barley to...

How Was Beer Made in the 15th Century?

In the 15th century, the beer-making process involved malting grains, mashing process, and boiling with hops. There were unique fermentation methods shaped by regional differences,...

Unearthing Beer’s History Through Archaeology

Beer, more than being a drink, is a piece of history that people have enjoyed for thousands of years. There's a special kind of...

The History and Practices of Beer Brewing in Monasteries

Beer brewing in monasteries is a fascinating story that goes back hundreds of years. Monks in different parts of the world began making beer...

What are the Rarest Beers in the World?

Imagine a journey into the world of beers, but not just any beers. We're talking about the rarest, most unique beers you might never...

How Did Ancient Civilizations Brew Their Beer?

Beer is not just a drink we enjoy today; it has a long history that stretches back thousands of years. People in ancient times...

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The Mystery of Medieval Alchemy: Science or Sorcery?

Studying medieval alchemy raises intriguing questions about its nature. Was it a precursor to modern science or a form of sorcery? Alchemists combined rigorous laboratory...
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